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Successful projects

Communities around Tasmania are finding inspiring ways to remember Tasmania's involvement in military history and share their stories about their projects which received Centenary of ANZAC Grants.

Dominci cast ww1 soldier and nurse costumes

Dominic College commemorated In Their Own Words

In Their Own Words was a performance; an integrated learning project and a way for the community and students to share, honour and remember our ANZACs.  Dominic College describe their successful production In Their Own Words.

Lilydale Avenue of Honour 

Lilydale's Avenue of Honour will be an accessible venue for learning, reflecting and commemorating.

Stanley paving the way to remember

The Stanley community is dedicated to preserving the memory of those who served and placed memorial pavers in a special location.

Walk of remembrance for Claremont CampClaremont training camp

The Claremont training camp, where soldiers trained before embarking for overseas service in World War One, will be remembered with a series of signs placed at significant locations thanks to local community members.

Commemorative Garden

A commemorative  garden alongside the Cross of Sacrifice symbolise community pride.

List of successful grant applicants

The full list of successful Centenary of ANZAC grant applications may be found below: